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Atlanta Braves Foundation 50/50 Raffle Volunteer

The Atlanta Braves 2023 Season is ready to begin and the Atlanta Braves Foundations is seeking volunteers to help sell 50/50 Raffle tickets during the home games at Truist Park. Through the Atlanta Braves Foundation 50/50 Raffle, one lucky fan walks away each night the winner of a cash prize. Fans purchase 50/50 raffle tickets via sellers inside Truist Park or throughout the Battery Atlanta, or online at braves.com/5050. The 50/50 Raffle is their largest fundraiser, raising crucial funds for the annual grant cycle and our community outreach efforts.

Volunteers will either be stationary at a 50/50 Raffle kiosk or will roam the ballpark selling tickets, and engaging with fans on behalf of the Braves Foundation. Roamers will get their steps in, so volunteers need to come prepared with comfortable walking shoes.

Volunteers may be asked to work through the 7th inning. Water, and dinner break will all be provided!

Volunteers must be 16 and older.

What to Expect:

Volunteers will arrive at 4:30PM for a 30-minute training session with the 50/50 supervisor. At 5:00PM, they will sit with the 50/50 team during a pre-game meeting.Volunteers typically sell 50/50 until the 5th inning, but are welcome to sell the entire time concluding top of the 8th inning. The game begins at 7:20 PM so this would be approximately a five hour time commitment, from training to the 5th inning.

Parking: Free parking has been arranged for volunteers in one of the Gameday Staff parking lots. However, these lots are a bit further from the stadium so the volunteers are welcome to pay to park closer to the ballpark. Please plan accordingly.

What to Wear: Volunteers will be provided a 50/50 Raffle shirt, please wear comfortable shoes and jeans/khakis.

Contact Person: Chynna Edwards

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Chattahoochee Nature Center- Wedding Expo

The Chattahoochee Nature Center is a private, non-profit environmental education facility in Roswell, Georgia. Located on 127 acres adjacent to the Chattahoochee River, the nature center focuses on educational outreach through the use of live flora and fauna.

CNC will be hosting their 2023 Wedding Expo and need volunteer support to ensure their guests best experience!

What You Will Be Doing: Volunteers will greet and assist guests as they explore the beautiful grounds along with all the various businesses and services involved in the wedding and event planning industries. Over 30 vendors are expected to cover all the needs a couple would have when planning a wedding.

Minimum Volunteer age is 12 with an adult or 16 without

Contact Person: Patricia Fulton

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Forest and Trail Maintenance

The Big Trees Forest Preserve is a beautiful, unique 30-acre Fulton County Tree, Plant and Wildlife Sanctuary. Pebble Tossers partners with the Big Trees Forest Preserve to provide volunteers on the second Saturday of each month to help preserve the forest.

What Volunteers Will Be Doing: the activities vary each month: removing and rebuilding the split-rail fence, spreading mulch, planting and maintaining the trails. This is a great family service project and is open to all ages.

Registration: Pebble Tossers members register for this project by logging in to their Pebble Tossers dashboard.

Open Project Registration: Not Yet a Pebble Tossers member and want to join Pebble Tossers for this project? Then click one of the dates below to register.

April is Full for non-members.

We are following COVID guidelines to keep group interactions safe. Per CDC guidelines, Pebble Tossers will not require masks for vaccinated volunteers during outdoor projects. We follow safety protocols to ensure a healthy and enjoyable experience for all volunteers. As always, we will provide hand wipes and hand sanitizer for our volunteers. We usually provide work gloves but are now requiring volunteers to bring their own work gloves.

Contact Person: Volunteer Coordinator

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Habitat Restoration Days

The Chattahoochee Nature Center is a private, non-profit environmental education facility in Roswell, Georgia. Located on 127 acres adjacent to the Chattahoochee River, the nature center focuses on educational outreach through the use of live flora and fauna.

Held monthly, volunteers will participate in a 3-hour-long conservation event, focused on learning about and removing invasive plants from our 127 acres.


1. PLEASE GO TO THE Chattahoochee Nature Centers website to verify what dates are open and register on their website. There is a limited number of available slots.

2. After completing the CNC registration volunteers will then register for that same date with Pebble Tossers. This allows volunteers to record hours and Pebble Tossers.

Minimum Volunteer age is 13 with an adult or 16 without. 1 adult per 8 persons aged 13-15 is required.

Contact Person: Patricia Fulton

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Office Packing with Corners Outreach

Corners Outreach is moving and needs our help! The mission of Corners Outreach is to equip students and their families to live full lives and they envision one community where every person has an opportunity to thrive. They accomplish their mission through offering academic support to students, developing teens, and equipping parents.

What You Will Be Doing:
Volunteers are needed to assist with packing and preparing for their upcoming office move.

Volunteers must be at least 12 and with an adult or 16 to be without an adult.

Please sign-up here.

Contact Person: Mike MacKenzie

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Spring Break Student Volunteering

Backpack Buddies of Metro Atlanta works with religious and civic organizations, "Community Buddies," to get food to children in need. Each Community Buddy organization "adopts" a school and delivers the packed food to the school.

Volunteers will help pull orders for Community Buddy Organizations and load orders into cars when Community Buddies arrive for pick up.

Suitable for children ages 6+ accompanied by a parent. 16+ may be participate without adult supervision

Two shifts available:
9am - 11am
11am - 1pm

Volunteers must click here to sign up for a shift with Backpack Buddies.

Contact Person: Jonathan Halitsky

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Studio Days

Furnish with Love transforms empty housing into uplifting homes for families coming out of homelessness. They professionally design and fully furnish nourishing, beautiful, and functional spaces that allow families to focus on each other and their futures.

Volunteer Requirements:

  • Volunteers must be 14 and older (16 to be without an adult)

  • Volunteers must be fully vaccinated

  • Volunteers must sign up directly with Furnish with Love. Click Here to sign up with Furnish with Love and sign volunteer waiver

What you will do:

Volunteers are needed to paint and move furniture, sort donations, and/or pack household items for a project.

Contact Person: Kathleen Kelly

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Valentine's Day Kits for CHOA Cardiology Patients

Our Cause Area for February is Fragile Kids, and every year we bring some Valentine's Day cheer to the Childrens Healthcare of Atlanta Cardiology patients.

We are making Valentine's Day Kits for the kids at Children's Healthcare of Atlanta's Cardiology department, and other hospitals around Atlanta! Volunteers can make them remotely or in person. The kits allow the kids to make Valentines for their family members, nurses, doctors, etc., and to decorate their rooms. Once you register for this opportunity, you will receive more details on how to create your kits.

All kits must be dropped off by Saturday, February, 11th

Here are ways you can participate:

1. Pod Project: (Virtual from home)
Volunteers can work together with family or close friends to create Valentine's Day Kits from Home. Volunteers will provide all the supplies to make the kits from home. To participate in the virtual pod project select any date on the calendar that is listed. Valentine's Day Kits must be delivered to Pebble Tossers by February 9th at ROAM Dunwoody or February 11th at our Big Trees Project. Volunteers can also email chynna@pebbletossers.org to schedule additional dates or times.

2. Pop-up Project: In-person): Pebble Tossers will host an in-person project to create the kits. Volunteers can create kits at our Big Trees event, weather permitting, as we will be working outside. Volunteers for the in-person project will need to bring packs of valentine cards, stickers, markers, and pens. We will provide additional supplies for the door kits. If you want to participate in the Pop-Up project, please sign up for that shift on the calendar.

Required items for each kit made at home:
- 10 valentine's cards (buy the boxes that your kids would have used for classroom parties)
- 10+ stickers
- 2 markers
- 1 pen

Optional items for the kits (allows them to make a door sign)
- Foam Sheets: 1 per kit (roughly 5"X7") different colors
- Ribbon
- Additional marker
- Stickers

Delivery Details:
Dates and Times:
February 9: 11:00 am - 3:00 pm
Location: Roam Dunwoody (our shared office space)
1155 Mount Vernon Hwy NE #800, Atlanta, GA 30338
Go to the lobby, and if we are not in the lobby area ask the front desk for Pebble Tossers.

2nd drop off date/time:
Feb. 11, 2023: 9:30 am - 11:00 am
Big Trees Forest Preserve
7645 Roswell Road
Sandy Springs, GA 30350

This is an Open Project so if you haven't joined Pebbler Tossers yet and you want to make Valentine's Day Kits click here to register.

Contact Person: Chynna Edwards

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Waterfest and Environmental Expo

Presented by NoFo Brew Co. and in partnership with the City of Gainesville Parks & Recreation and Department of Water Resources, Chattahoochee Riverkeeper is excited to announce the first annual Waterfest this Earth Day, April 22, 2023!

Completely free to the public and hosted at Midland Greenway, an accessible outdoor park in Gainesville within walking distance from the Downtown Square, attendees can expect to hear a rotation of local talent play live music while enjoying fun, food, drinks, an Environmental Expo with local organizations highlighting their good work, a rain barrel art auction, and family-friendly activities at this new event for all ages.

Volunteer roles include but are not limited to:

-Clean up crew
-Recycling crew
-Exhibitor assistance
-General setup

Your specific roll will be assigned to you closer to the day of the event by the CRK Event Manager

Contact Person: Mallory Pendleton

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